Temple To Bacchus

El Capricho Park was created in the late 18th century by the Duke of Osuna. This park is one of the most outstanding and unique examples of the landscape garden in Spain. It is a setting replete with romanticism, combining Italian and French influences.

On the hillside in the transition between the forest and the palace, stands the Temple to Bacchus, a piece of unique architectural beauty. The elliptical pavilion, designed by Jean Baptiste Mulot, is one of the most remarkable buildings at the gardens of this beautiful park.

Temple To Bacchus
El Capricho Park, Madrid (Spain)

Canon EOS 450D | Sigma 10-20mm f4-5.6 DC EX HSM @ 10 mm + HiTech ND 0.9 filter| f22, 2.5s, ISO 100.  HDR from 6 exposures @ [-3 EV .. -2 EV .. – 1 EV .. 0 .. + 1 EV .. +2 EV ]

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